How can a photographer move forward in his hobby when he is already taking very high quality photos?
- BriaRLv 71 month ago
If you're that good then how come we never heard of ya!
Your next step should be selling this fantastic work and getting really wealthy.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Get better cameras/lenses and learn new techniques from fellow photographers.
- StryderLv 72 months ago
Who has decided that your photos are high quality? As a photographer - you are always learning. And as a hobby, there isn't really anywhere to go.
But you can always sell photo or make an exhibition gallery of your photos - in your house, rent out a gallery etc - and invite people to attend.
- 2 months ago
You can start selling them on stock photos websites and start earning from your skills.
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- SordenhiemerLv 72 months ago
By realizing that that high quality photos does not equal art.
- IridflareLv 72 months ago
Move forward to what? If you're already taking "very high quality photos" you'll understand what's good about them and, more importantly, where you can improve. If you don't know what's wrong, ask people - if you get uncritical reactions ask someone else.
- SumiLv 72 months ago
It's going to be difficult to know where your opportunities for improvement are unless you have your work critically critiqued. Sign up for a workshop and have your work critiqued. Of course, the workshop isn't free, but the cost (especially with a world renowned photographer) will be worth the price of admission. Just be careful because there are a lot of mediocre photographers trying to make a buck by doing workshops.
- Anonymous2 months ago
I like to think that there's always room for improvement. But that's in no way saying that doing your best will never be good enough. You never know what the future will bring. Inspiration can hit you at the least expected times.
- Sir CausticLv 62 months ago
Suddenly, it all becomes very clear...................
- Steve PLv 72 months ago
The telling words in your question are "very high quality". If you are only judging your photography by how good the technical quality is, then I have no doubt you are feeling stuck. Photography is not only about technical quality. It is about creating emotion, representing a theme, documenting an important event, etc. Actually, powerful photography is often NOT "high quality" photography. Some of my most successful photos were taken with a lowly Holga "toy" camera and even a pinhole camera. They were successful because the photos made a statement and represented a theme. So, start having a REASON to take a series of photos. Shoot to create EMOTION, not just "high quality".